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1992 IMSA GT Championship Season - Season Results - Grand Tourers
... GTU Winning Drivers 1 Daytona #15 Roush Racing Did Not Participate† #82 Dick Greer Racing Results Dorsey Schroeder Wally Dallenbach Jr ... Dick Greer Al Bacon Mike Mees Peter Uria 2 Miami #75 Cunningham Racing #41 Tommy Riggins #96 Leitzinger Racing Results Steve Millen Tommy Riggins ... David Loring 5 Mosport #76 Cunningham Racing #48 Lindley Racing #96 Leitzinger Motorsport Results Jeremy Dale Les Lindley David Loring 7 Mid-Ohio #75 Cunningham Racing #48 Lindley Racing #0 ...
1989 IMSA GT Championship Season - Season Results
... GTU Winning Drivers 1 Daytona #67 Miller-BF Goodrich #9 Essex Racing #16 Stroh's Light Cougar #17 Al Bacon Performance Results Bob Wollek Derek Bell John Andretti Charles Morgan John Morrison Tom Hessert ... #4 S L Racing #6 Roush Racing #72 John Finger Results Chip Robinson Geoff Brabham Scott Schubot Pete Halsmer John Finger 3 Sebring #83 Electramotive Eng ... #55 Huffaker Racing #11 Roush Racing #74 Huffaker Racing Results Chip Robinson Geoff Brabham Arie Luyendyk Bob Lesnett Dan Marvin Wally Dallenbach, Jr ...

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